Number of graphene layers exhibiting an influence on oxidation of DNA bases: Analytical parameters
- Madeline Shuhua Goh, Martin Pumera*
This article investigates the analytical performance of double-, few- and multi-layer graphene upon oxidation of adenine and guanine. We observed that the sensitivity of differential pulse voltammetric response of guanine and adenine is significantly higher at few-layer graphene surface than single-layer graphene. We use glassy carbon electrode as substrate coated with graphenes. Our findings shall have profound influence on construction of graphene based genosensors. (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Emerging mono-elemental 2D nanomaterials for electrochemical sensing applications: From borophene to bismuthene
MAX and MAB Phases: Two-Dimensional Layered Carbide and Boride Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Applications